Dive into local history when you stay in Seabrook, with fun, intriguing, and educational opportunities nearby to enjoy. Learn more about the Washington coast that is teeming with rich history, from the history of the Quinault Indian Nation, to the history of the North Beach, other areas of Grays Harbor, and the Olympic National Park.
Try out one, or all, of these recommended stops.
The Historic Dorothy Anderson Cabin – Seabrook
Stop by to see the Dorothy Anderson Cabin right within Seabrook on Meriweather Street! The cabin was built by Dorothy herself when she moved to the area in 1927.
Museum Of The North Beach – Moclips
Located in Moclips, 3.2 miles from Seabrook, learn about the intriguing history of the North Beach and how it was established, from Taholah to Ocean Shores. Make sure to check the museum’s most current hours before planning your outing.
Quinault Cultural Center – Taholah
Peruse cultural artifacts of the Quinaults at the museum, located in Taholah, 12.6 miles from Seabrook. Call (360)-275-8215, ext. 245 for current hours.
Polson Museum – Hoquiam
Walk through 17 rooms of exhibits and so much more throughout the grounds of the Polson Museum in Hoquiam, located 25.9 miles from Seabrook. Check their website for current hours.
Lake Quinault Museum – Quinault
Temporarily Closed. View historical photos, baskets, canoes, and more at the Lake Quinault Museum, located in Quinault, 32.2 miles from Seabrook.
Westport Maritime Museum – Westport
Head to Westport, 50.1 miles from Seabrook to the Westport Maritime Museum where maritime history comes to life through multiple exhibits from a fishing room, native room, shipwreck room, and much more.